IADLEST Partner Advisory Committee

Our IPAC Partners

 

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The IADLEST Partner Advisory Committee (IPAC) is currently comprised of fourteen organizations that provide services to Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers and their organizations. Members of the IPAC will help ensure that training and standards meet the needs of the Public Safety industry, will help to promote the adoption of best practices, and will provide IADLEST with perspectives and recommendations regarding selected IADLEST projects and initiatives.

 

The IPAC Mission:

 

The IADLEST Partner Advisory Committee (IPAC) supports the IADLEST mission by providing research and proven best practices for high quality training and education. IPAC seeks to advance the Public Safety profession with a vision of outcomes-based police training and standards. 

 

IPAC Business Code of Conduct:

 

IPAC Partners shall protect IADLEST's interests by adhering to the highest of ethical standards in the conduct of their duties including mutual respect for confidentiality, intellectual property, and proprietary information. 

 

The IPAC Serves as a:

 

  • Technical advisory panel comprised of subject matter experts (SMEs);

  • Platform to engage partners, and an opportunity for collaboration;

  • Sounding and advisory board for IADLEST’s current and emerging programs;

  • Think tank – to assist IADLEST with its mission and strategic plan;

  • Resource for law enforcement; and

  • Forum to discuss partner (vendor) issues of interest.

 

 

The “Win-Win” for both IADLEST and the IPAC: The IPAC partners have the opportunity to:

 

  • Provide the IADLEST Executive Committee with direct advice, guidance, recommendations, and technical assistance.

  • Increase awareness and name recognition of each IPAC member organization, such as the:

  • Announcement of IPAC membership to the IADLEST general membership;

  • Placement of the IPAC partners’ logo and link to the partners’ website, placed on the IADLEST website;

  • Promotion of IPAC partners’ programs; and

  • Provision of two opportunities for IPAC partners to send a dedicated e-blast to IADLEST membership (by and through IADLEST) that announces offerings by the IPAC member or information of unique interest or importance to IADLEST membership. E-blasts would be submitted to IADLEST for forwarding to the membership and would not come directly from the IPAC member. Content of the e-blast is subject to review and approval of IADLEST.

  • Increase exposure with POSTS and Academy Directors;

  • Play a key role in recommendations for products and services;

  • Play a significant role in the transformation of an industry and profession; and

  • Priority opportunities to host events at the IADLEST Conferences (i.e. sponsoring a reception or luncheon) with an opportunity to address the attendees.

 

 IPAC Membership, Commitment & Expectations:

 

Upon joining the IPAC, an initial two-year active participation commitment is desired for continuity. Members are expected to travel at least two times per year for meetings, usually held in conjunction with the IADLEST Conference and one of the IADLEST business meetings. At one of these meetings, the IPAC will meet with the IADLEST Executive Committee. Members are expected to attend or be represented at all IPAC meetings.

 

Multiple persons from a Partner organization may participate on the IPAC, but each organization is restricted to one vote. Members are expected to meet all due dates for obligations and deliverables, as established by the IPAC.

 

IPAC members must be Corporate members of IADLEST in good standing. Realizing that most IPAC members may also be vendors, no discussion of proprietary information or intellectual property will occur, unless it is offered by the vendor who possesses it.

 

 

 

 

Joining the IPAC:

Any organization that currently supports IADLEST and is a current Corporate member of IADLEST may request to join the IPAC. Such request shall be made in writing to the IADLEST Executive Director and name the individual that will be representing the organization on the IPAC. All requests for membership shall be approved by the IADLEST Executive Committee.


NOTE: Membership on the IPAC is currently at full capacity. If you are interested in becoming an IPAC member, please contact Mike Becar, IADLEST Executive Director, whose contact information is below.

 

For additional information contact:

 

Mike Becar, Executive Director

Email: mikebecar@iadlest.org

Phone: (208) 288-5491